As higher a society is developed as more often alienism is common. If the statement is true, everything asserted in it must be true. However, because the statement asserts that it is itself false, it must be false. So the hypothesis that it is true leads to the contradiction that it is false. Yet the sentence cannot be false for that hypothesis also leads to contradiction. If the statement is false, then what it says about itself is not true. Hence, it is true. Under either hypothesis, the statement is both true and false - burnout and boreout.
Reviewer:en stillhet som döden
January 27, 2011 Subject:
"Liar Paradox" by Joris J & Ratbag
"Liar Paradox" by Joris J & Ratbag is a fascinating selection of sound. Beginning with the haunting "Am Tag nach der Sendung" and finishing with the experimental and disorienting "The Green Death" this album takes the listener to places they had never imagined. Although only the beginning of 2011 I can assure you that this album will make my top albums of 2011 list come December. "A blue stork is born by a moonlight tower" is a very successful experiment in Noise. Its deep undertones and high pitched scrapings create a sense of thoughtfulness in this listener. I want to take the headphones out of my ears, unplug them from the computer, and let everyone hear the power this track has. "regression methods give misleading results" like "Am Tag nach der Sendung" is a haunting and ghostly reminiscence. "I,Mudd" is likewise haunting, but with periods of Noise, which sound almost like a broken children's toy, it evokes a deep and eerie feeling. Then comes the playful "Stand Alone Complex" which no words can fully describe. When I thought that "I,Mudd" reminded me of a broken children's toy it was nothing compared to this. "Stand Alone Complex" is a cross between drone and Noise, experimental wanderings of the mind which create the illusion of a discordant mind. This discordance levels out into a drone which lasts for the remainder of the track. "Kasper Hauser" continues this drone feeling, with a bit of crazy (the good kind) throne in for good measure. To finish up the album is the aforementioned disorientation of "The Green Death." This 55 second track seems at first listen too short. I want it to last longer! But in considering the album as a whole, it is the perfect length. It leaves the listener in a paradoxical state of mind with only one intention, to listen to the entire album once again. Absolutely well done, and a wonderful addition to any music aficionado's collection.